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    #61
    Re: India's "Veggie" Bowlers - REVISITED

    Curators did some fantastic job with the Pitch....

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      #62
      Re: India's "Veggie" Bowlers - REVISITED

      Originally posted by the game
      Veggie or no veggie, both Pathan and Zaheer are turning into trundlers. If it wasn't for Pathan's batting, I'm sure his place in the side wouldn't have been this secure. Both R.P.Singh and Sreesanth were quite impressive.
      Pathan, Zaheer would be non-veggies I would say.
      Sreesanth also would be a non-veggie.He comes from kerala. Where even hindus eat Beaf.

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        #63
        Re: India's "Veggie" Bowlers - REVISITED

        Originally posted by Faisal
        Kuch Jaheer khan pe bhi ho jayay...

        Ye Indians ka accent bhi bara shaandaar hai. Majja aa giya
        Faisa bhai, don't paint with such a wide brush. Nobody from Lucknow or Kaanpur speaks urdu like that. That is strictly Mumbai urdu. Unfortunately you hear it a lot because Bollywood is located, guess what, in Mumbai.

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          #64
          Re: India's "Veggie" Bowlers - REVISITED

          they r good, but uncomparable to the 2WWs
          I'm like the whole library in Kemet with Annunaki genetics!

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            #65
            Re: India's "Veggie" Bowlers - REVISITED

            woolmer has asked the Pak dietician to add a can of V8 to all meals from now on

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              #66
              Re: India's "Veggie" Bowlers - REVISITED

              Originally posted by vineshvk
              Pathan, Zaheer would be non-veggies I would say.
              Sreesanth also would be a non-veggie.He comes from kerala. Where even hindus eat Beaf.
              That's why I said veggie or no veggie mere bhai. It doesn't matter if you eat those or you eat meat; a trundler is a trundler is a trundler. Take the example of Sami the pie thrower from Pakistan for further illustration.

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